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Child Rights Governance programs and action in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) – under a Child Rights focus and our Theory of Change- are committed to supporting the three breakthroughs Save the Children has proposed for 2030: 1. To Survive...

This is a case study on the financing for the operation and maintenance (O&M) of school WASH facilities in Guatemala, based on a review of documents, key informant interviews and visits to 10 rural schools in the municipality of Olopa. In...

In the past two years, there has been a considerable increase in the number of unaccompanied children and adolescents from the Northern Triangle who migrate to the USA, and in the number of migrant families with children, particularly young women...

Save the Children works with returned children and adolescents in vulnerable situations. Save the Children also collaborate with leaders, families and teachers from communities with the largest number of emigrating minors. Save the Children...

The Investment for Educational Development of the Highlands (IDEA) project was designed to improve literacy levels and increase the use of better food and health practices in primary school age children of the El Quiché region of Guatemala. Some...

Chronic malnutrition affects 46.5% of children under five in Guatemala. This has a wide-spread effect on the socio-economic development of the nation; it affects children's physical and mental development and their susceptibility to sickness,...

The IDEA project was designed to improve literacy levels and increase the use of better food and health practices in primary school age children in the department of El Quiché using products and funds provided by FAS. The mid-term evaluation of...

In December 2014, the Central American Learning Circle on Child Rights and Local Development held its 5th Seminar of Local Stakeholders in Montelimar, Nicaragua, under the slogan “Building strategic alliances to promote child rights”. During the...

Children from Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras and other Central American nations have been migrating to the United States for years. However, their numbers increased dramatically beginning in late 2013. Between October 2013 and May 2014,...